The Lamborghini logo badging on a Lamborghini Huracan model seen at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Germany
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Lamborghini is an Italian automobile brand founded by Ferruccio Lamborghini in 1963. Before making supercars, Ferruccio produced tractors. He owned a Ferrari, and after experiencing mechanical difficulties, he started his own sports car manufacturer. The first model produced was the 350 GT.

The company’s logo, a bull, is inspired by Ferruccio’s zodiac sign, Taurus. He eventually sold his interest, which Volkswagen purchased in the late 1990s. With cutting-edge designs and outstanding performance, the brand has carved a niche in the world of luxury sports cars.

Today, the Sant’Agata Bolognese-based automaker is internationally renowned and commands respect from supercar enthusiasts. Among them are celebrities such as Cristiano Ronaldo, who drives a Urus SUV; MMA fighter Conor McGregor, who owns a few models, including an Aventador Roadster; Kim Kardashian West, who also has a Urus; and Guy Fieri, who owns a Gallardo Spyder.

The most popular models include the Aventador, Countach, Gallardo, Huracán, Murcielago, Sián, and Urus, the best-selling model since its release in 2019.

Featured Vehicle: Urus

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All Current Lamborghini Vehicles:

Sedans & Coupes:

Huracán: With a potent V10 engine and lightning-fast acceleration, this exotic car comes in EVO, EVO Spyder (convertible), EVO RWD, EVO RWD Spyder, EVO Fluo Capsule, and STO (a street-legal racing model) variations

Aventador: Boasting an aerospace-inspired design, a naturally aspirated V12 engine, and a carbon-fiber structure, this supercar offers SVJ, SVJ Roadster (convertible), LP 780-4 Ultimae (the most powerful Aventador), and LP 780-4 Ultimae Roadster models

Countach LPI 800-4: Priced at $3 million each, only 112 examples of this 50th-anniversary tribute to the original Countach exist


Urus: The automaker’s first and only crossover SUV is also available in Pearl Capsule and Graphite Capsule models

Hybrids & Electrics

Sián: The brand’s first gas-electric hybrid is also its most powerful road car, harnessing over 800 hp and offering FKP 37 and Roadster models

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